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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jul 22, 2016 No Comments

Some of this week’s highlights: Restoring local waterways, how to help prevent invasive species, and a new and inventive way to clean water. 

MISSOURI

Do Your Part

Do your part to prevent invasive species

Christian County Headliner

 

River Revenant

Back to life: Sac River Revenant project restores local waterways

Springfield News-Leader

More Info HERE

 

River Academy

New Haven welcomes Missouri River Academy

eMissourian

 

Delisted Niangua

Little Niangua River coming off of EPA list of impaired waters in Missouri

Lakes News Online

 

Eleven Point Bars

Gravel bar locations on Eleven Point River

River Hills Traveler

 

NATIONAL

Susceptible Cape

Cape Cod susceptible to potential effects of sea-level rise

USGS

 

Lake Redesign

Lake Okeechobee Watershed Project

US Army Corps of Engineers

 

Protect Reefs

5 ways to help coral reefs today (no matter where you live)

Mother Nature Network

 

Greening Stormwater

Stormwater systems benefit from green roofs

Forester Network

 

World’s Lakes

Phosphorus pollution poses major threat to world’s lakes

Tree Hugger

 

No Water Day

Imagine a day without water

Value of Water Coalition

 

Hair and Algae

A new way to clean water … with hair clips and algae gel

TEDx Innovations